BEST WESTERN Galt Inn
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... they were good! A bonus for the stop at the Nut Farm.
Our next stop was a Wednesday Flea Market a couple of hundred yards off the highway. The huge sign lured us in and we spent most of the next hour looking at lots of fruits and vegetables, junk like we find at home and lots and lots of folks that speak Speak mostly or all Spanish. Dolly bought two (we think) large mangos that we'll enjoy (I hope) later today.
We continued on through ...
... Dave Klingensmith, told him about the Journey across the USA, the 50 Capital Cities quest. “Come out and see my Scion,” I said. He did; we got a lot of pictures, with his camera and with mine. “I’m putting this on Facebook,” he said. “This is quite a feat.” Dave Lundgaard was there too, he’s the Internet Fleet Manager at Maita. He grabbed a Toyota magazine for me, told me ...
... ordinance expert and we had a very interesting chat about the different cannonballs and shells that were shot from their artillery pieces...one of which was on display in the street behind them. Angie and I could have spent a lot more time looking through the military museum but it just wasn't going to work considering it was lunchtime and the kids were about to rise up in arms themselves.
We had lunch at this little Greek place in town and I ...
... with me all the while screaming in his ear to 'keep right', partly to ensure we stayed on the correct side of the road and also to try and keep him awake as by this point we had had no sleep for over 24 hours!
After much advice to avoid central LA we headed to San Buenaventura for lunch en route to Santa Barbara. We had our first experience of US portion sizes in a cute little diner. Being jet lagged affected our appetites so we both ordered what we ...
... finding the most perfect ones of me. They take so many! Oh well, I hope to add pictures here shortly to this post. They have some of Camp Mendocino and then today's community garden project where I met the Secretary of Agriculture of California and gardened with him as well. It was just too amazing. We worked on the edible landscape around the Dept. of Ag building in downtown Sacramento.
Keep you posted!